Even though November is the time when nature is getting ready for winter, allergy sufferers still need to be on guard. Allergens are still present in the air, which can cause a variety of ailments in people prone to allergies. What does it dust in November? What should allergy sufferers be careful about in late autumn?
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The fungus spores are very easily spread by the wind, especially on dry, very warm days when they are not loaded with moisture. Importantly, fungi are one of the strongest allergens (next to birch pollen and grasses) occurring in our climate.
In Poland, two types of microscopic fungi are particularly hard for allergy sufferers: Alternaria – spores of these fungi are usually present in the air from May to September, in autumn their concentration in the air disappears completely; Cladosporiumwhose spores are a nuisance for allergy sufferers also in autumn, causing:
- hay fever visible as a runny nose
- itching of the nose and around the eyes,
- limited nasal patency,
- tearing, redness and irritation of the eyes,
- swelling around the eyes.
Source From: Gazetakrakowska